Gut Gotcha In A Stew? Try Slippery Elm Tree Inner Bark To Soothe Tummy

Citing probiotics as fundamental to digestive health, pharmacist Suzy Cohen says the mucilagefrom the inner bark of the slippery elm tree provides extensive nutrition as well as easy-to-digest complex carbs.

Slippery elm forms a slick gel coating, soothing everything it meets, including your mouth, throat, stomach and intestines.

It could help you with acid reflux, ulcerative colitus, gastritis, chronic pancreatitis, constipation/diarrhea and colitus. It may supply tissue regeneraton for people with leaky gut syndrome. A bad cough or bronchitis may respond to the soothing properties of slippery elm.

It is sold as tablets/capsules, liquid herbal extracts and lozenges. The latter is great for sore throats. Ask your doctor if this wonderful remedy in any form is approved because there are individual considerations such as your current health status and drug regimen.